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Sr. Controls Engineer

  • Saint Paul, MN
  • Direct Hire
  • Job ID: BI32-2686415
Great opportunity grow your career in automation and work for a global OEM in the food industry! This is a very stable company east of St. Paul, MN. Be part of a team that designs, tests, and commissions industrial electrical and process control systems including hardware and software.

Provide electrical checkout of systems in-house and at customer sites. Generate detailed process Functional Descriptions (FDs) to ensure the programming will meet stated requirements. Design software applications by applying knowledge of computer programs, systems, and networks, and/or by supervising and coordinating the design done by subcontractors. Test software applications by performing simulation testing of software on the hardware platforms or emulators.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering preferred, AS degree in engineering considered
  • Experience and willing to lead a group on projects
  • Must have at least 8 years experience in a process industry like: food/bev, pharmaceutical or similar FDA regulated industry
  • Must have extensive PLC programming experience (Rockwell and Siemens preferred)
  • Experience building new control systems
  • Experience with SQL or other databases
  • Must be able to travel as assignments require (up to 30%), mainly in North America, project based travel so usually planned in advance
  • Team player who is focused on both personal performance and company success
  • Ability to expand job responsibilities and collaborate with others to generate ideas and improve processes
  • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills
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